Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
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Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
13 May 2013, 22:55.
The chance is always, the problem is that in this case it is close to zero, if you look at things realistically. It’s just like it’s the most & quot; uncomfortable & quot; specialty for employment. I had a friend and she was very difficult to find a job, even though she received a local Master in Law. I would advise you to find study and get a job at a master, especially since studying here is inexpensive. However, you will be unpleasantly surprised by the fact that for you, as born outside the EU, study will be 10 times more expensive than for local ones, ie for the Dutch, say 1200 euros per year, for you 11000 euros. In your case, especially if those 2 languages you know are French and English, Brussels is more interesting, because there are many international organizations. But you have to watch what kind of education you get here – in Brussels, your Amsterdam law will not help much, because they will need international law, not Dutch law. Well, and another problem is that in such organizations in Brussels are very reluctant to take those born outside the EU – the last, the truth is rumored. Good luck anyway! Ask if there are any questions.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
13 May 2013, 23:02.
in the EEA from non-EU citizens – there are several Turks, because some EU offices with the Turks contract. All.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
14 May 2013, 00:58.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
May 14, 2013, 10:27.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
May 14, 2013, 11:51.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
May 14, 2013, 12:03.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
14 May 2013, 14:48.
Thank you. to move it is necessary since my fiance is also moving, but he is studying, and I hope to work on the job. at least some.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
May 14, 2013, 15:22.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
10 Aug. 2013, 15:30.
Firstly, I would like to thank the CU for an exhaustive rundown. Everything is clear and clear.
Secondly, we look forward to continuing (features of the Dutch corporate culture and life in general).
And, finally, in the third I have a couple of questions:
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
Aug 11, 2013, 11:45.
No, in case a citizen / citizen of the Russian Federation goes to study, then the visa to the spouse / partner is, yes, given, if the conditions of the show are met 1596.02 per month for the entire period http://www.ind.nl/en/Customer-Informati . fault.aspx.
but the record will be “Arbeid niet toegestaan”.
The girl, it turned out, the groom has citizenship – in this case there may be other rules.
Age and 30% -ruling are not related.
or more, but not on the tax site.
conditions – the level of wages and employment from abroad, for this some formally leave to later prove the right to a tax deduction.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
Nov 27, 2013, 7:20 pm.
My husband and I want to go to Holland for his work, now we just started to study the question. His situation is as follows:
– a navigator’s diploma and more than 10 years of experience as an assistant to the sea captain,
– Diploma in radio electronics and zero experience, only knowledge and some skills.
– the last two years of work in IT company QA engineer (in other words, a tester), without a diploma in IT.
While we study information to determine which way to try to look for work, or which way to supplement (to obtain education or to gain experience), if it is not possible to leave without it.
I will be grateful for the comments and clues of knowledgeable people: smile:
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
30 Nov 2013, 11:25.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
30 Nov 2013, 18:26.
And from what you have drawn such a conclusion about the shortage of sailors? Are they related to work? And where will you advise you to look for this kind of work, with a view to obtaining a work visa?
I will be grateful for any hint 🙂
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
30 Nov 2013, 19:16.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
30 Nov 2013, 20:41.
Maybe, you can tell me more: I have an international economics specialty, worked as an import manager, and also engaged in logistics. international freight, etc. Interestingly, in the same Holland, for example, you can find a similar job? It is clear that our lawyers and economists are not needed there, but exactly such a specificity may be in demand? I do not hope for a working visa, but if I go to work with my husband and look for something myself, I want to understand the chances.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
30 Nov 2013, 22:25.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
01 Dec 2013, 21:16.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
03 Dec 2013, 23:57.
Is it possible to apply for a residence permit on a tourist visa? (This is your question as I understand it)
On a fast search – did not find. But I think not, you have to be on a working visa at least at least.
In addition, at least with us, at first the employer intercedes for you in front of the borders, that you are a super valuable worker and you need,
bodies agree or not (in writing) – and only with this piece of paper you apply for a work visa or residence permit for work.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
04 Dec 2013, 20:45.
Re: Netherlands – working immigration (information and experience)
Dec 28, 2013, 19:19.
I am Ukrainian, now I live and work in Moscow but already as 3 months I think about how to leave and live in the Netherlands, I have a secondary education as a PC Operator. but I do not want to work in this profession, and I did not work, I never worked for labor because the work on TC is not paid at all. It’s not money.
There are small savings, I want to work 2 more years to accumulate more money, I began to learn Dutch, I want to go to the Netherlands to buy there an inexpensive bungalow, or a house or a house on wheels, it’s not so important to rent land and farm, grow flowers , tell me how the receipt of PMZs is generally achieved by establishing a business in the Netherlands, I will be very grateful, and what the minimum income per year should be for business.